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A Fateful Event For Geminis

by Daniel Goldman 26 days ago in astronomy

Are you a Gemini? You'll want to learn what's in store for you!

A Fateful Event For Geminis
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For those born between May 21 and June 20, your zodiac sign is Gemini. Latin for "twins" and representing Castor and Pollux in Greek mythology, Marilyn Monroe, Angelina Jolie, Lucy Hale, and many other famous individuals fall under this sign. When it comes to pairs, there are probably none as well known in the west as the Gemini twins. In the Greek myth, the love that brother had for brother was so strong, that it even moved Zeus. Gemini is synonymous not just with twins, but with pure dedication between two individuals. NASA even named its two person space capsule "Gemini."

In the Northern Hemisphere, Geminis are born in late spring to early summer, as buds give way to vibrant greens and nature teems with active life. The sign follow Taurus, the bull and precede Cancer, the crab. The stars that make up the twins are also part of two areas of astrological importance in Chinese astrology: the Vermillion Bird of the South and the White Tiger of the West.

What's in Store For You?

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So what does this information mean for you? Does it mean that there's a dark and mysterious person in your future? Does it mean that there's a new opportunity waiting for you? Does it mean stepping back and reevaluating your life in order to find newfound excitement?

It means absolutely nothing. There's no scientific basis to astrology, at least not in modern times. In the past, people born in similar regions at similar times of the year likely did have common experiences. If a person was born during harvest time, they likely could be well fed. But a winter birth would have been problematic. But now we live in a global world, where resources are available all year long. So it doesn't really matter what time of year you were born. It doesn't dictate your life. Sorry. But maybe that's for the best.

Whether you're a Gemini, or a Libra like myself, it doesn't matter. The stars don't make decisions for us. We make our own decisions in life. It is on us to seek new opportunities. It is on us to make new connections. Those individuals who are constantly on the watch for a new partner, a new opportunity, or other change in their life, are far more likely to find it, simply because their eyes are open to the possibility.

If astrological predictions have any power in modern times, it is simply because they give people the encouragement to look for that which they already want. So if you're a Gemini, or even if you're not, there very well may be something very interesting in your future, if you're willing to seek it out and make it happen.

Make the Future Your Own

There are an infinite number of paths that we could take from each point in our lives. Other people, and the general environment, influence our options, but it is still on us to make the final decision. We really are the masters of our own fate. We can't blame the stars for our current predicament. It's futile. If we don't like where we are now, we have to change it.

Things are rough now, for a lot of people. But there are a lot of opportunities waiting for us. Spend time evaluating what you want out of life. See what you need to do to get there. Do you need to go back to school to pick up a new skill? Do you need to reach out to people you haven't spoken with in a long time?

Are you stressed? It's nearly summer. Maybe start a small garden. Maybe join a community garden and meet new people. Try to find a new hobby. There are so many opportunities waiting for all of us, if we're just willing to try to see them. Remain vigilant and aware of yourself and your surroundings and opportunities will "magically" find you.

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Daniel Goldman
Daniel Goldman
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Daniel Goldman

Visit my homepage. I am a polymath and a rōnin scholar with interests in many areas, including political science, economics, history, and philosophy. I've been writing about all of these topics, and others, for the past two decades.

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